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Opened November 20, 2019 | Cadwalader Gallery
Going Viral examines the intersection of disease and environment through the lens of three major theories of infection.
Opened June 6, 2019 | Thomson Gallery
This exhibition features photographs, texts, and artifacts from the Historical Medical Library and Mütter Museum, examining the College’s past and ambitious vision for the future.
Bones Books & Bell Jars offers a contemporary fusion of art and medicine, recalling an era when artists and physicians collaborated to educate aspiring medical students and share information with other medical practitioners.
What happens when disease strikes a city of two million people, sickening half a million and killing more than 12,000 in just six weeks, and 20,000 in six months? What would YOU do?
Opened February 12, 2016 | Upper level of Mütter Museum
This exhibition explores the biology, pathology, and cultural aspects of skin from both a historical and contemporary angle.
Though many fairy-tale bodies belong to the realm of the marvelous, some have real-world counterparts.
This exhibition examines the shifting perceptions about abnormal human development, from fear and wonder to curiosity and clinical science.
Jan. 19, 2018—Sept. 16, 2018 | Thomson Gallery
An exquisite group of hair art and jewelry, as well as accompanying materials that discuss the social expectations of Victorian-era mourning rituals.
January 13 – July 6, 2017 | Thomson Gallery
Highly evocative embroidered and crocheted pieces adapt the Mütter Museum collection into captivating personal narratives, addressing the effects of chronic illness.
Explore Perfect Vessels, a brand new exhibition by LA-based artist and photographer David Orr, inspired by the Mütter Museum’s renowned Hyrtl Skull Collection.
The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.